. The Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) General Lucky Irabor Tuesday evening in Benin City the Edo State Capital said that only a white paper from the report of the #ENDSARS Judicial panel’s report in Lagos which is indicating through the social media that there were...
Human rights activist and Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), Femi Falana, has urged the Lagos State Government to implement the recommendations of the Judicial Panel of Inquiry, set up to investigate cases of...
For allegedly evicting their tenants forcefully, two landlords, Chuks Okoye (62) and Abubakar Lawal (40), yesterday, appeared before an Ojo magistrates’ court in Lagos. The defendants whose house addresses were not provided, are standing trial on a two-count charge of...
The Ndigbo Conservative Forum (NCF), has raised alarm over plot by the the All Progressives Congress (APC) Government led by President Muhammadu Buhari to exterminate Ndigbo in NIgeria. The group in a statement signed by Dede Uzor A Uzor,...
Ibe Pascal Arogorn, Onitsha The Anambra State Police Command have been called upon to immediately arrest Chinedu Ezike for physically inflicting injury on the Unit chairman of Keke drivers at Uga Junction by Express, Onitsha The Tricycle Owners...
The Uber driver assaulted during the #EndSARSMemorial protest at Lekki tollgate, Adedotun Clement, has demanded N500 million as compensation for being assaulted by officers of Lagos State Neighbourhood Safety Agency. He threatened to sue the Lagos State Government if not...
Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, on Thursday said he has ordered the release of those arrested during the one year anniversary of the #EndSARS protests in the state. This followed the memorial procession held on Wednesday at the Lekki tollgate,...
Outrage has trailed the torture of an Uber driver, Adedotun Clement, by security agents, who fired tear gas canisters to disperse protesters marking the one year anniversary of the #EndSARS campaign in the Lekki Tollgate area of Lagos State. PUNCH...
Scores of aged women working as road sweepers under the Calabar Urban Development Authority (CUDA) have protested through the streets of Calabar to the Governor’s office, demanding for their N7,500 per month accumulated six months unpaid salaries from the government.
Nigerian youths held memorial protests in Lagos and Abuja on Wednesday, one year after security forces violently suppressed mass protests against police brutality and bad governance. Under heavy police watch, dozens of protesters rallied in a procession of cars waving...